Kriegsmarine U-107 / Submarine by Jürgen Rohwer

By Jürgen Rohwer

This can be the heritage of U-107 in phrases and photographs, essentially the most profitable U-Boats in Hitlers military. Illustrated with quite a few images, 2 pages of maps, color centerfold.

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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Saunders, Robert, Jr. John Archibald Campbell, Southern moderate, 18111889 / Robert Saunders, Jr.  cm.  267) and index.  Title. 3073534] [B] 96-31041 British Library Cataloguing-in-Publication data available Page v This book is dedicated to Shannon Page vii Contents Preface ix 1. Ancestry and Antecedents 1 2. Professional Career, 18301842 20 3. Submerged Lands and States' Rights 39 4. Campbell and the Peculiar Institution 57 5. The Crisis at Midcentury 69 6.

Though his anxiety for states' rights forced him to modify his fundamentally nationalistic philosophy and to adopt a decidedly more inflexible defense of state sovereignty, Campbell never advocated the dissolution of the Union. Page xi When the sectional crisis reached fever pitch in 1860, Campbell counseled moderation. Secession was perfectly constitutional, he argued, but the mere election of a Republican by no means warranted such drastic action. Detested in the North because of his defense of states' rights and distrusted in the South because of his moderate views on slavery and secession, Campbell blamed his alienation on radicals in both sections who he believed had led the nation toward civil war.

Michael Musick at the National Archives was especially helpful, Page xii as was Eleanor Robin at the University of Southern Mississippi, Collette King at the Mobile County Probate Court Archives, and the staff of the John Archibald Campbell Federal Courthouse Archives in Mobile. I am grateful to the staff of the Mobile County Library and three very helpful staff members at the City of Mobile Municipal Archives. The lifelong encouragement that I have been given by my devoted parents, Robert and Gloria Saunders, has, finally, borne fruit.

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